Sunday, September 20, 2020

Social engineering: Employees could be your weakest link

Would your employees recognize a phishing email if they saw one? Social engineering, or the act of attacking the human element of information security, poses a significant risk to businesses. With the level of sophistication of cyberthreats increasing by the day, many organizations can greatly improve the steps they take to defend against these types of attacks.

Cybercriminals have long used phishing and other social engineering methods to trick their victims into providing access to confidential data, such as passwords, Social Security numbers or account numbers. But those techniques are growing in sophistication, according to Verizon’s 2015 Data Breach Investigation Report.

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